In conversation with Polly Samson.
Martin Eder has an interesting place in the art world. Using watercolour as his medium Eder is something of a maverick.
This new compendium provides a critical reference on contemporary Asian art, surveying art created in Asia or by Asian artists from the 1990s onwards.
In this collection, Nancy Princenthal not only presents a comprehensive survey of the Wilke’s oeuvre but also uncovers the rhetoric behind the artist’s work.
Including 14 previously unpublished stories that Vonnegut wrote in the 1950s, Look at the Birdie provides insight into the early development of Vonnegut’s style.
Operation Napoleon is a intriguing novel, bleak and harsh in its description of cold, military narratives.
The Interrogative Mood is a remarkable book. Composed entirely of questions, the premise seems arbitrary yet it is astonishingly insightful.
In The End, Scibona presents a powerful discourse on the realities of being an immigrant in a country where hopes and dreams can fast turn to poverty and loss.
Forced Entertainment’s reconciles the conflict between performer and performance, using movement and sound to reveal the rusted mechanics of theatre.
Comprised of four young boys from Reykjavik, FAMR is a band with fantastic potential and bucket-loads of ambition.
These sentimental Swedes have created an album with heart warming sensibilities snugly fitting into Nu Gaze.
Produced in Paris and New York, In the Mood for Life is infused with urban life, celebrating the notion of city living.
The upbeat, catchy nature of this album has a touch of Vampire Weekend, but it’s the strikingly high-speed guitar riffs that give Maps & Atlases their trademark edge.
Cortney Tidwell is well known in the world of country; her family have played a significant role in Nashville’ industry.
The new record from Mice Parade is their first in the band’s second decade – and if you haven’t already heard of them, you should start with this album.
The Hundred in the Hands’ first full-length album, retains the excitement and fervour expected of a debut, while creating a practiced, coherent sound.
Vinyl records occupy a very curious space in the musical landscape – but is it a dying format kept on life support by die-hard fans, or is it a sign of something bigger?
Lorenzo Fusi is the curator for International, the lead exhibition at the 2010 edition of the Liverpool Biennial.
Elliot Grove, Founder of Raindance Film Festival, offers Ten Ways to help you Make Compelling Content.
Clio Barnard’s exploration of playwright, Andrea Dunbar’s life, combines reality with artifice in an exciting new creation.
Newcomer, Rebecca Handler, explores visual culture within the context of contemporary image-making.
In autumn 2010 at the Purdy Hicks Gallery, Neeta Madahar explored the natural and the contrived by subverting the airbrushed and the false.
Eschewing their mass-market traditions, new designers are increasingly looking towards the machine to invade the realm of haute couture and reassess uniqueness.